It takes many helping hands to fulfill our mission to restore, rehabilitate, and empower the lives of survivors of human trafficking and sexual exploitation. Our partners at Hope for San Diego recognize this and have added our organization to their Day of Service, where San Diego residents can volunteer to serve a number of underserved communities within the region. Last Saturday, we were lucky enough to have a hefty handful of helpers tend to our drop in Resource Center and Grace House residential program. Way to go, Hope for San Diego!
Volunteers from across the county who signed up for this day of service helped us with our garden at Grace House and outside beautification and landscaping at the Resource Center. Though it was a hot day, our SD neighbors gladly helped us renovate our outdoor areas, shared in fellowship, and helped make a difference in the home of our women.
We are so grateful to our friends at Hope for San Diego for including us in this much needed day of service! Though San Diego is widely known as a vacation hotspot and innovative area full of culture and thriving businesses, our partners know that many people in this area are suffering from abuse, homelessness and human trafficking. This day of service allows those who have a humanitarian heart to join our team for a day and help those who need it most. Our women are very special to us, and when volunteers reach out to them and show them that they care, it touches our hearts, too.
There are many ways to make a difference in the lives of our survivor sisters. To join our volunteer staff, please go to our home page and click “Join Us” on the drop-down menu, or to join Hope For San Diego’s Day of Service, visit hopeforsd.org/dayofservice.